Pupil Premium


Pupil Premium

Pupil premium strategy statement

School overview

Metric Data
School name Baynards Primary School
Pupils in school 101 pupils
Proportion of disadvantaged pupils 35 pupils are Pupil Premium- April 2021
Therefore 34.6% of the school.
Pupil premium allocation this academic year £47,075 last year (£40,660)
Academic year or years covered by statement 2021/2022
Publish date Summer 2021
Review date Summer 2022
Statement authorised by Full Governing body
Pupil premium lead Nerys Maidment - Head Teacher
Governor lead Peter Burt- Chair of Governors

Disadvantaged pupil progress scores for last academic year

19 of the PP pupils are SEND = 54%

Measure Score
Reading 32/35 pupils have made progress=91.4%
Writing 32/35 pupils have made progress= 91.4%
Maths 33/35 pupils have made progress = 94.2%

Strategy aims for disadvantaged pupils

Measure Score
Meeting expected standard at KS2 4/5 Year 6 pupils are ARE in Reading, Writing and Maths.
Meeting ARE at the end of the academic year 18/35- 51% of pupils are ARE in Reading
13/35 - 37% of pupils are ARE in writing 13/35
Achieving high standard at KS2 1/5 Year 6 pupils are Greater Depth in Reading.
Measure Activity

Priority 1

Linked to Baynards Curriculum Recovery Plan

To ensure that pupils feel safe, happy and secure at school

‘Well-being, underpins everything that we do’

PSHE weekly in each class using the PSHE Association scheme and Action For Happiness booklets

  • Autumn 2020- Re-launch the 5 ways of wellbeing.
  • Connect
  • Take Notice
  • Give
  • Keep Learning
  • Be Active
  • Happiness Recovery Plan- identified pupils who have additional well-being support weekly, in a group or individually.
  • In Class 3 and Class 4 – Memory section with Picture books/photos of events from Classes 1 and 2 Memories/links to a positive neural pathway.
  • Classes 3 and 4- mental health survey- to be carried out biannually.

Priority 2

Linked to Baynards Curriculum Recovery Plan

To ensure that all pupils ‘catch up’ the required skills in maths to access the objectives in their current year group.

Autumn Term

Booster Groups have been identified, staff have been allocated commenced the week beginning 28/9/20 for 6 weeks- then continued until December if progress is evident.

Year 6 – 3 sessions a week , each for 40 minutes.

Year 5- 2 sessions a week for 40 mins.

Year 3/4 2 sessions a week for 30 mins

Year 2- 3 sessions a week for 40 minutes.

Year 1- 2 sessions a week for 40 minutes

One to One sessions for Year 6 pupils to ensure that they are Secondary ready.

In all classes, maths is carried out for an extra session every day to teach/ practise number bonds in Class 2 and multiplication tables in Classes 3 and 4

Spring Term

Boosters to commence from 15/3/21 but to end Spring Term.

Focus for all Boosters Maths- developing number skills, arithmetic methods, building confidence.

  • 3 days maths Y5/6
  • 2 days maths for other year groups

Conduct a work audit in maths- looking for progress of skills against age-related expectations across the Key Stages- 14/4/21

Priority 3

Linked to Baynards Curriculum Recovery Plan

To ensure that all pupils ‘catch up’ the required skills in reading/writing/spelling to access the objectives in their current year group

Autumn Term

Year 6 one to one sessions

Year 6- Literacy reading group

Summer Term:

3 Literacy booster sessions weekly- Year 6

2 Literacy booster sessions weekly- Year 5- Year 1

3 shorter Literacy booster sessions- Year 1- Class 1

Barriers to learning these priorities address

19 of the Disadvantaged are SEND= 54%

This makes it more challenging to reach ARE at the end of the academic year.

All pupils are accessing an extra booster/intervention to accelerate progress.

Types of SEND:

Year 6: 3/5 pupils have SEND (1-ADHD, 2 pupils with C+L/C+I)

Year 5: 3/5 pupils have SEND (1-ADHD, 2 ASD)

Year 4: 3/4 pupils have SEND (2-C+L/C+I 1- EHCP)

Year 3: No SEND

Year 2: 2/3 pupils have SEND (2-ASD)

Year 1: 4/ 6 pupils have SEND (1-ADHD, 3- Communication and Interaction/ Cognition and Learning)

Reception 3/4 pupils have SEND (3-Communication and Interaction)

The pupils who have SEND have their own specific barrier to learning; they require precision teaching, over learning, a practical approach.

Self- esteem and confidence can be another barrier, we are trying to develop skills with meta-cognition/ resilience to support pupils to see themselves as successful learners in a broad and balanced curriculum.

Pupils perceptions about their skills and progress- apart from 2 KS1 disadvantaged pupils, everyone else spoke positively about their learning and had ambitions and goals for their future.

Projected spending

LSA support in Class = £107,635

This provides in class support for Disadvantaged pupils through:

Smaller focused teaching groups

Support with QFT

Through the effective use of Assessing For Independence.

Class Boosters Amount spent on boosters per class over an academic year

Class 1

3 x 20 minute boosters weekly= £90

Therefore, each half term: £90

Each term: £180

Each academic year:£540

Class 2

Year 1’s 2 x 45 minute sessions weekly = £180

Year 2’ 3 x 45 minute sessions weekly = £202.50

Autumn Term half term = £382.50

Autumn Term = £765

Spring Term x2 sessions weekly

£135- Year 1

£135- Year 2

£270- half term

£540- Spring

£540- Summer

£1080 + £765

£1845 academic year

Class 3

2 groups at 45 minutes twice weekly.

Group 1 = £135 half term

Group 2 = £135 half term

Total = £270 for a half term

Group 1 = £135 half term

Group 2 = £135 half term

Total = £270 = £540 term x 3 =£1620

Class 4

3 x weekly Year 6 literacy boosters = £222

2 x weekly Year 5 literacy boosters= £180

2 x weekly Year 6 reading boosters = £90

4 one to one weekly booster sessions = £360

Therefore, each half term:

£852

Each term = £ 1704

Academic year =£5112

Total spent on boosters throughout the academic year:

£9117

Deduct £2020 = £7097 from Pupil Premium

£1680 - school journey

Total spend: £1164.12 deducted last years Pupil Premium allocation of £40,660 = £75,752

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